Muneef Khan

Drumming his way to glory

Earlier this year, Adler recorded with Kerala-based band Thaikkudam Bridge for their album Namah.

16 Nov 2019

Sketching characters with an eye for detail

Ahead of Comic Con, graphic artist Warwick Johnson Cadwell tells CE how his love for drawing led him to carve a path of success

16 Nov 2019

Small-town truths and streaming global realities  

The former IT professional took to writing when he moved to Kolkata in 2011 after his wife got posted in the city, and when she suggested that he write the long-due book.

12 Nov 2019

My science fiction novel set in India took five years of research: British author Ian McDonald

59-year-old McDonald addressed the crowd in a panel discussion at the Bangalore Literature Festival alongside Sri Lankan science-fiction author, Yudhanjaya Wijeratne.

11 Nov 2019

Spinning tales

Anil Kumble and Bishen Singh Bedi may have gained prominence among Indian spinners, but traces of spin bowling date back to 20th century.

09 Nov 2019

On the job in campus

Firms are engaging college students as campus ambassadors to promote their brand through online and offline campaigns

07 Nov 2019

Entering the ring to train budding boxers  

Amateur boxing may have picked up in India, but opportunities and platforms for professional boxing remain unavailable.

06 Nov 2019

All in the mind: Mantras from a fitness expert

Vishwanthar also mentioned the decreasing amount of physical activity among youngsters.

05 Nov 2019

Expressing struggles of life through music

Mathur also handles vocal duties for Rock Paper Scissors along with Sushil on bass and Abin Thej on drums. The band released their debut six-track EP Listen To Me in 2018.

05 Nov 2019

Calming effects in Bengaluru

 As Indiranagar roads get quieter, business owners complain while residents rejoice

04 Nov 2019

Happiness over a big spread

From live Mongolian counters, grills, chaats, desserts  to a wide range of traditional and continental flavours, The Big Barbeque in Marathahalli has it all

02 Nov 2019

Song brings alive Kannada heritage

On the occasion of Karnataka Rajyotasava, music group Mug to Mike has released an anthem with a music video, which was rolled out on Friday.

02 Nov 2019

On the light side

The festival will also include attractions, such as a talk by Justice Nagamohan Das, a music concert by Pardafash, and an exhibition by artist Sandeep T K.

30 Oct 2019

‘Need to focus on what makes craft distinctive’ 

Born in Delhi, Tyabji’s journey took a turning point when she embarked on a government project to revive traditional crafts of Kutch in Gujarat.

29 Oct 2019

When the heart beats for art

Emphasising on insufficient efforts from government institutions, city-based sculptor Shanthamani Muddaiah feels this is what causes the slowdown in artists’ growth. 

29 Oct 2019

Sounds of the times

Thanks to the indie revolution, independent artistes have been able to make their presence felt on-stage and off-stage, using streaming platforms to showcase their work.

24 Oct 2019

Book reading experience gets better for little ones in Bengaluru's Indira Nagar

Initiated by I Change, Indiranagar, parents expressed relief over the newly-remodelled section, which was nothing short of inaccessible in the past due to poor maintenance and facility.

21 Oct 2019

‘It’s a long way to go for post-rock scene in India’

Aswekeepsearching’s newly joined drummer Sambit Chatterjee belted out crisp snare shots and juicy fills accompanied by a blend of crunchy riffs and sturdy basslines.

21 Oct 2019

Are you game?

Said to be the largest gaming facility in the country, Hanusha in indiranagar comes as a dream come true for players 

19 Oct 2019

Bengaluru’s cuppa Joe gets an upgrade

Coffee ventures now serve pour-overs and cold brews; patrons say such outlets help them better understand the coffee they drink

09 Oct 2019

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